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HE WAS VERY ACCOMMODATING
Tllh AliG US
Published Daily and Weekly at KM Sccont
Avenue, Rock Island, 111. '
JT. W. POTTKK, - - PfBLISHEU.
A. Reminiscence of Travel In the Soatb
Only Ten Yean Ago.
Trrms Daily roc per month; Weakly W.00
ajar tunm; In advance $1 .SO .
11 coaiaauriic.it s of a critical or arcamenta
tl character, wlii cai r religions, mnst have
! name attac'-v lor publication. No each
at -rising will be- prime.; uwr fictitious signatures.
Aaoymonit coinniumratioiis not noticed.
Oorrespondetiee soiirited from every township
Rock Inland eoui"r.
Satirdat, March 25, 1893.
Democratic t ity-Te wnship Ticket.
br Mayor THOMAS J. MEDILL, JH
For City Clerk ALBERT D. HUKSING
Wat City Treasurer JAMES M. BGFOKD
For Police Magistrate II. C. WIYIL .
FtorAssist.nl 8Pe:vl ,orS. XTAASES
For Assessor J. K. JOHNSTON
For Collector EDWARD BAUERSFELD
For Justice, of the Teaoo .. TbAdVUN
( .1. B. T.ARKIN
( E. LIEBuRKNECHT
l or A 1.1. I rani.
s.t Wnr.1 .WIT LI AM F.OTH
Second Ward FRED SCBROEDER J
Third Ward DANIEL CORKKN
Fourth Ward W. C. MATJCKER
Fifth Ward ROBERT KL'SCHMANN
Sixth (! JOHN KONOSKY
Teve .tli XT: t' F ? RDISASD U. BEIN
For Const iHc ..
' The winter has been unusually se
vere all over Em-ope. from the A re tie to
the Mediterranean. In many sections
the inclemency of the season is en
tirely unprecedented, and even in the
far North it is n?eessary to go back
fifty years for its parallel.
When a Boston alderman is offered
a wad of boodle to support a scheme
he does not accuse anyone of the vul
gar crime of bi-iin-ry. He rises in his
place with dignity and declares that
cajolery is being1 attempted. This is
nice and hurts noiody's feelings.
' Thk princess of Hawaii doesn't
carry many visit i:i;r cards about with
her owing to hick of storage facili
ties. Her name is Victoria Kawekiu
Kaiulani Lunalilo Kaiauinuiahilapala
pi. And that name goes with the
islands, no matter who gets them.
Another prize '.'ghter is gone on
the stage. In all truth the actor's
boast of his ability to "knock 'em
out"" bids fair to become a grim re
ality if the ranks of Thespis are
recruited to any further extent from
the votaries of the squared circle.
At Ben Lomond an 8-ycar-old boy
by playing with a rifle brought about
the usual result. A society for the
discouragement of the practice of
permitting tj-year-old boys to play
with rifles would do much to check
the grim total of the mortality list.
TnE trustees of the Gilchrist edu
cational trust of England, have de
cided to send two and perhaps four
teachers in secondary schools and
training colleges to America for the
purpose of reporting on the system of
education carried on in thi? country.
There will be at the world's fair a
single lump of gold tipping the scales
At 3,040 ounces. It may be stated in
advance the lead to be tired into any
speculative Chicagoan who may try
to walk off with the lump will seem
to him to weigh more than the gold.
- "Traveling between New York and
Atlanta is a very different thing now
to what it was when I first came south
in 1881," said H. D. Wakefield to an
Atlanta Journal man. "Today," he
continued, "one can make the trip in
something like twenty hours without
change of cars, in elegant vestibule
trains, including dinner cars.
"Ten years ago the line most patron
ized was called the Atlantic Coast line
or something of the kind. The
system was composed of a lot of short
roads operated in conjunction with
each other, and it took about three
days to make the trip. The trains
dragged along at a snail's pace, and but
little attention was. ever paid to
"I remember," continued Mr. Wake
field, "one day when I was making my
first trip over the road, coming to At
lanta on business, we stopped for din
ner in some little town in North
Carolina. Tweuty minutes would be
allowed, the trainmen said. I did not
at first feel hungry and decided that I
would proicr spending the twenty
minutes stretching mv legs upon the
depot platform, but after a few minutes
of this I learned that it would be about
eight hours before we made another
stop for refreshments and I began to
get hungry then and there. Upon in
quiry I found that ten minutes of the
twenty yet remained and I hastened to
the dining room.
"Before I got fairly started the other
passengers begau to leave aud I was
not half through when I found myself
alone, but looking through the doorway
I saw the conductor standing near the
entrance to the dining room and I made
up my mind to keep on eating as long
as he stood there. I went clear through
the dessert and the conducted- still stood
in the hall. Having made a very
hearty meal, I walked out to where the
conductor was standing.
"'Through?' inquired lie.
"'Yes,' said I.
"Well, I guess we had better be go
ing, then,' and the conductor waved a
signal to the engineer.
"Look here,' said I, 'do you mean to
tell me that you held that "train for me
to eat dinner?'
"Oh, yes.' said he with a smile, 'I
thought 1 would give you time to till
"He had kept a train of eleven
coaches waiting more than ten minutes
for mo to finish my dinner. Fact."
A RUSSIAN JUDICIAL SOLOMON.
How He Got All the Meat There ffil In
the Legal Nut.
The Olympian Jove evidently hasn't
forsaken the vicinage of Parnassas and
Athens even yet. The island of Zante,
near Athens, was terribly shaken by
an earthquake again the other day,
and there was a concomitant display
-of lightning flashes and cJoud bursts.
A New York widow of eighty years
fell in love with a very young man.
This she could not help, but her bet
ter judgment caught up with her at
the critical moment and rather than
marry the boy and make a laughing
stock of a respected grandmother she
The Treasury lelicit.
The New York World presented in
a recent issue a careful and complete
statement of the condition of the fed-
-eral treasury derived from sources
which it says, entitle it to confidence.
The single, obstinate, shameful fact
Upon which public attention will be
.fixed is this: Whereas four years ago
there was a surplus in the treasury of
$48,096,158, the deficit is now $18.
56,285. This is the damning fact which the
lst republican administration strove
to the end to cover up. President
Harrison and Secretary Foster knew
the truth, but thev labored together
to avoid confessing it. The business
men of the country knew there was a
deficiency, although they did not
know its precise amount.
How was this deplorable condition
Trought about? The answer is in one
"word extravagance. We have had
four years of wanton, reckless, de
moralizing extravagance. It must
end. The republican party set the
pace in the Fifty-first congress. The
.Fif ty-second congress, alt hough dem
ocratic in one branch, lacked the wis
dom or the courage to check it. This
is a blunder.
Now the democratic party has full
awing in the executive and legisla
tive departments. It must call a
halt. It must substitute honest
economy for immoral extravagance.
The deficiency must be changed to a
Oriental justice sometimes finds a
parallel iti Kussia. where judges and
lawyers see no difficulty in making ec
centric decisions and taking the meat
oflhenutfor themselves, leavingtho
shell for plaintiff and defendant.
One day at a village market a shoe
maker bought a calfskin for 2 1-2
rubles, and having no money with him
went home to procure it.
The farmer meanwhile sold the skin
to a second buyer for 3 rubles. Then
the original buyer returned, and when
be discovered the trick that had been
played was so indignant that a quar
rel ensued, and the matter was brought
before a justice.
"You bought the skin first?" said
the lalter to the shoemaker, after lis
tening to the evidence.
"For how much?"
"Two anil a half rubles."
"Have vou the monev?"
"Put it on the table."
Then turning to the second buyer
the justice asued: "Yoii bought the
skin afterward anil paid for il.J
"How much did you pay?"
"Three rubles." '
"Have vou the skin?"
"Put it under the table."
The man obeyed and the farmer was
"You agreed to sell for two and one
half rubles, and as the buyer did not
return promptly with the money you
sold to another for three rubles?"
"Have you the 3 rubles?"
"Put them on the table."
When this had been done the judge
delivered his decision: "The shoe
maker is to blame for bargaining with
out money and thereby endangering
the peace of the town. The second
buyer is to blame for outbidding an
other, and the seller for dealing with
people without money. Now all three
of you go. March!"
And they went perforce, leaving
kin and money behind them.
How's This I
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any case of catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. I ,
F.J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo.O
We the undersigned, have known
N. J. Chenev for the last 15 years,
and believe him perfectly honorable
in all business transactions and
financially able to carry out any ol
ligations made by their firm.
West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists,
Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Whole
sale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Price 75c per bottle. Sold by drug
gists Testimonials free.
What the Hon. George G. Vest say
in regard to the superiority to the
Hirschberg's diamond and non
"I am using glasses which I pur
chased from Prof. Ilirschberg and
they are the best I ever tried; -it af
fords me great pleasure to recommend
Prof, Ilirschberg as an excellent op
tician, and his glasses are simply un
equalled in my experience.
G. G. Vest."
These spectacles are for sale by T.
H Thomas, agent for Rock Island
Estate of Max Gstettcnbauer, Deceased.
Tne undersigTied having been appointed exe
cutrix of the last will and tectament of Max Gstet
tenbauer, late of the conuty or Hock I si mil,
of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice tha eh
will appear before the county cuart of Kock l!and
countv, at tli- office of the clerk of raid court, in
the city of Hock island, at the My term on
the first Mommy In May itexl, at which time
all persons having claims aeanst raid estate are
notified and requested to attend, for the purpose
of having the tame adjusted. All persons in
debted to said cat ite are requested to make im
mediate payment to the undersigned.
Dated this SMtti day of February, A. D. 13.
a. Lie ok Letters Patent.
By vlilue of an order of the ec r.i.tv court of the
county of Hock Island Atari h II. 1S83, made in
tbe estut of Chr rles E Piper, rteceared, the un
dersigned will sell at piivute sale certain letters
pa ttnt or I he United States. Issued to "aid de
ceased. I.ette r patent Icr a r.immnthtor for A
natno machine s. No. S8.f-59. dat-d . ct. 20, 1S8.
serial No. 1SO,590; aiso letters patent lor a gal
vanic t-a'tery. No. 84V,C0, da'e Sept 1, lHs-6.
serial No. 190.123 I wil. sell said letters pot-ia
to .lie highest bidder. VJu receive sealed bl -s
fcr the same at ary lime before ipril 12. next,
reset ving the right to reject anv at d all bids
rock Island, Illinois, Marched J HQ.
WILLIAM Jai KSOV,
Administrate r de bonl- non or estate cf stid
OTICE IN ATTACHMKNT.
STaTi. OF ILLiN'oIS, l
Rock IkundCocttt. i
C iinty court of lio.k Island countv, !ar.h
Term. A. D. 1H3.
Montpelier '1 He Company vs. E!i Broaon, in
Public iiotic is hereby giv, n to tjje sa!d EH
Fror.son i!-at a writ of atiacnmctit issued out of the
office of the clerk of the couuty court o! Kock Isi
and county dated the ICth day of r tbrnary, A.D
1S93, at the suit or lh.: mid M"iitfli r 'J'll lon
piuv trill acainst the estate or the said Eli li: onsen
for the .ni cf two hundred and twenty-two dol
lnra ai d nice cents, directed Jr the sheriff of tald
Keck Jsla- d cotir.ty, which il r:t bas been rs
turnio cxc.v.t. 1.
New, tr.erifr.7e, unless you. tho said EH Bion
son thall ) ersor.ally be arl aopear before the
faid rent tv court of Hock Is ni d county on the
firs-t day of lh next term thereof. t be holden
at the couit house in the tit of Kock Island, in
said comity, on tha Thirteenth i.ay of Mrch A.
1. lS'.-S. irjve fpccii-.l bail and plead to tfce said
plaintiff's action, judgment will b entered
oca nst you, end in faeorof the said Mcur.ti ilicr
Tile cuteipauy and so mi.ch of the r.roi erty at-f-hcbed
ss msy be seifartert to satisfy the ta'.el
Judgment Mid corts, will be so d tj satisfy the
Olerk of the County Court.
Jackson 4 llnrst. Plait tiff's Atluinevs.
hoi k Ision.i tT--v ! A.i. :C:
STATK OF ILLINOIS,
Rock Island Countt, f
In the circuit court. In harcer :
John A. Srliell vs. John Schitcli and Henry
Sena k. heirs ol John Sciack, deceased.
Foreclosure General No. 34. Rt.
Notice is hereby civen tbat by virtae of a de cree
of said con rt entered n tbe ab,ve entitled
canae on tue 10th dy of r ebruary.A I. 18M8.1 shall
on Saturday, the 8th day of Apni.A D.l-W t. at the
hour of I o'clock in the af ;e:m on, at the court
house. In the city of Kock llni:d, in ssi't county
of Hock Island, to f atisfy s1d derree. se!l at pub
lic vendue to the highest bidder for ctsh that cer
tain parcel of lunil. s.tunt j in tLe Cii ntv oi 1 oca
Island and tta'e or Illinois, knevn an' Cf scribed
as follows, hvwit :
Tho norh nlretern (19) acres of t he l oithwe st
quarter of the nmthnest quarter of rcciion eigh
uen (IS) tov.r.ship sixteen tH) range five (.r)
Dated at Ho, k Island, Illinois. ihi Sth day of
March. A. U. 1S3. HtNIi V CUhTl.-.
faster in Chancery. Fe ck Island County, 111.
Tn os a Brown. Complainant's so icitor.
STATU OF ILLINOIS, I
Kock Island Cocxtv. (' '
In the Circuit Court, in Chancery.
May t rra A. 1.. lsftl.
Mary P-tcrMn vs Ernest Petersen.
A flirt a v t of non-residence of Ernest Peterson
the above elcfrndai.t. having been Hied m ihe
clerk's oftire of the c.rcnil court, notice is hereby
given to the sa'd non-resident dt f endant that the
coenphintnt Cled tcr hi, I of complaint in taid
court, on tbe chancery si!c thereof, on the sev
enteenth day of Mare h, IS'.iS. and ihat thereupon
a summons issued out of said coutt. wherein said
suit is now pending, returnable on tbe first Mon
day in the n oitli of May next, r.s is by law re
quired. Now. unle 8 you, the paid non resident
defendant above named, shall personally be and
appear before said circuit court on the first dsy of
the next te rm iheieof, to be ho ch n at Kock isl
and in and lor tho said cuunty, n the first Mon
day in May nest, ard plead, arswer or demur to
tbe paid complainant's bill of complaint. Ihe same
and the matters and thirds then-in charg-ed'and
slated will be taken as con'esscd, and a decree
entered against you according to tbe prayer of
GEORGE W. GAM HLE, Clerk.
Ro! k Island. Illinois. March IT. ISMS.
Jackson A Durst, Complainant" Solicitor.
STATE OF ILLINOIS. 1
Kock. Island Cotthtt. f
In the countv conrt of sa'd countv to the March
Term, A. "D. 1-93.
J. R. tlohns'OB, administrator tothecsiate of
Thomas B. O'l ntincil. oeceased, vs William
O'Dour ell, Patrick O'llonne II. Michael O'Donnell,
Mary Eitzgibtons, jHir.es O'licncoll, Maigareth
o'Doni eil. Mary O'Donnell Maurice O'Douneli,
Nora O'Donre.l. .Tohn r" O'Douneli, Maggie
'oonnell, Minnie J. O'Donnell, ai d Mary Agnes
Afilidavit of ron-rcsldcncc of the sa'd Mary
O'Donnell. John V O'Donnell. Maggie O'Donnell,
Minnie J . O'Donnell. Nora O'Doi nell, Maurice A.
O'Donnell. James O'Donaell, PatrirK O'Donnell,
and Mary Acne- O'Donnell, having been filed in
tbe office of tbe ciei k ef said county court. Notice
is hercbi given to the said Patrick O' Cornell,
Mary O'Donnell. Mnurce O'Donnell. John F.
O'Donnell. Maggie l.'Dxnin II. Minnie J. o'Don
r.ell. Nora O'Donnell, Mary Agnes O'Donnell and
Jam.B O'Donnell heirs or tho said 'I humas B.
O Dome 11. dei eased that tie said (lamer) K.
Johnston administrator f ihe cs'ale of Thomas
B. O'Donnell, deceased, filed in the county
conrt on the lTih day of March, A D. 1SS2, his
petition making the said Patrick O'Donnell. Mary
O'Donnell Maurice O'Donnell. John F. O'Don
nell. Maggie e.'Denn 11, Minnie J. O'Donnell,
Nora O'Donnell. Mary Agnes O'D nneil. James
O'Douneli, aud others, defendant-, praying tor an
order dlrettirg him to sell forthe purpose of pay
ing tbe debts of said estate the following described
real cstat. to-wit:
Theeaithalf of the Bortliwet qoarter and the
eant half of the southwest quvrtcr i f section
twenty one (21) township riiieietu (19) north
range three (3) east of the fourth i4) principal
metidau. as es ftblished by the surveyor general
of tbe lulled Mates sitcn'ed in the eon rues of
Pock Islarcl sud Whiteside as the li. e between
thotw said count!' 8 hiving bc n xecenily run
but su ject to the rlhi of way of the Kock ford.
Rock -sland & St. Louis Railway Co , also the
following describe'! real estate:
A certain tract or parcel of lat.d in the north
west quarter ol the noithwest quarter of section
twentj -eltht (28) in township i ineteen (19) north
ranee three (3) east of the fourth principal me
ridian mi ll descr bed as follows to-wit:
Beginning two hundred and twenty and eight
tenths (a-.t) 8-1 ) feet ea-tof the corner of sec
tions weny, (SO), twenty-one, (21). twenty-eight,
(-), rnd twenty-uinc (2V) in the township afore
sil, thei.ee south one hundred and ninety eight
I 9X1 fee-t. tbtnee eighty-six and three-fourths
(8) degrees, east e;ne hundred end stx'y-eigbt
(16si feet, thence north twenty nine and tne
fonrth (',) west two hundred and sixteen (SI6)
feet to the section line, tbence west on section
Hi e fl'ti -nme aid one-third (59M) fee-: to the
pleue of beginning aliaated in tbe town of Canoe
Creek co. tities of Rock Island and Whiteside and
ttate of lliiuo's.
Thiit a summons thereupon be Issued out of said
court against the above named defendants, return
able Oil tLe first dtv of the term of tarri fount
court to be held at the court hou-e In siid county
ou me nrsi .tionuuy er April A 1)., 18H3. as Is by
the law required, which suit is pending. Now
unless you appe-ar ;n said conrt. on tbe first day of
the' fray term thereon to be neld at the conrt
house in the city of liock Island, in said county
and state, on the first Monday of May A. I. 1S93,
and plead, answer or demur,, to a petition there
IB' III d, the aame will be taken as confessed
f cainst you, and judgment there, n against you
Dated this ISth day of March, A. D. 1893.
HJALMAK KOHL3U, Clerk.
McZkikt ft cEmBT solicitors.
DMINlSTKAToK'tN NO i ICE.
Estate eif Peter B .land. I'ecease i.
Tbe undersigned having been appointed a imfn
ts ratrix of the estate or Peter Boltnd, late
of in.? county of Rock lelaud, elate of Illi
nois, deceased hereby gives votice turn she will
appear before the county court of Hock Island
connty, at i be office t f tbe clerk of said court, in
the city of Rock Island, at the Mav terra, on
the first Monday in May neit, at which time
all per s ns havina claims against said esiate are
notified and requested to attend, for the purpose
of having the same adinsten.
All persons indebted to said s'ate are reoues
ted to ma e immediate painicnt to tbe under
siuned Dated this 23rd day of F-bmaty. A. D. 1898.
MKS. MIX A BOLAND, Administratrix.
Estate or James Cox. Deceased.
The undersigned having been appointed admin
istrator of the estate f James x. late
of tbe connty of Rock Island, si.e of Illinois, de
Ceased, hereby gives notice tha: te will appear
before tbe connty conrt of line k Island conn
ty, at ihe office of the clerk of ssid court, in
thecitv of K.Kt Island, at tbe June term, on
the first Monday in June ni i, at which
time all persona having claims agn.t s said es
tate are notiiied and requested to atte u for tbe
purpose of having the same adjusted. All per
sons Indebted to said estate are requested to
muse immediate' payment to the nndersigneu.
Dated this 22nJ day of Mch, A. D. 18113.
11KNHY L yyUEKLAN. Administrator.
AiE of City Property.
Sealed proposals will be 'eceived at the City
Cle-rk's ott ee. Rock Island. i;iinoi-, until May l.r
1S93. at 5 p. ro, f.ir the site of the following
proper y oni d by the city of Rock Island, to
Those certain pieces or parce'sof lard known
and designated a lots number seven (?) and (10)
in Paul W. Ga'lup's subdivision of block twenty
four (24) of the Lower additioi of the ity of
R' ck Island as by referecce to the platot said
Lower add t on o' th- city of Kock Island anil
the map or plat of said sab ivisi recorded in
'lie c llicefor the r.co timg of deeds in said Rock
Islnnd County will mvre fallv appear, situated
in tbe City of Rock lsten-1. In the Conuty of Rock
Islar.il and State of Minois and tbe building sit
rated thereon, known as 4 Franklin ilo;o
House,' end heretofore tired by Ea!d
Citv Matt-l Tni & toie hoes.-.
The premises dtsctibed as toi!e):
Uegit nin at a 1 oint on f fir-east line of Kimball
street w hich is twenty-five (25) fectnortti from the
loinl of its ir.terfeclion with the north line of Sixth
avenue; t ence cast parallel with sai i north line
r f sixth avenna one hundred and ten ( 110! feet ;
thence north raral'cl witi said oast line of
Kimball street thirty :11) feet : Ihe.ice west paral
lel with satd nor' h line of Mxth (ti) avenue to
said east line of Kimball street an 1 tlioncd soutb
on said east line to tbe place of brginnirg.sitnated
in the city of Reck Island, in the county of Kock
Island and state of Illinois, tn I the building situ
ates thoreon known as "ihe Gilpin hose house,"
and heretofore used by said city as and for a bose
And that sa'd premises be sold to the highest
and best bidder therefor.
" he city of Rock Island reserves the right to
reject any and all bids.
Dated Rock Island. 111., this 11th day of March,
BUY CAKE OF
apa thank me for calling j
your attention to ii." !
N. K.fAiRBANK& Co. mm
for the 8alk of f ran klin
hose house and lot and ihe
gilpin hose house and lot in
the city of r'.ck island.
ticca, it :s no lorper necesary or required
for the use of the city of Koci Island now that
the premises hereinafter de-scribed be retailed
bv ths sii-rt city of hoes Islird. Thereforer
Be it online'd by the city council of the city of
Section 1 That ale bo made by said c:ty of
Reck Island of the following uescnoed prem
a. Those cettain pieces oi parcels of land
known and designate1 as lots numncr seven
iti nri lenilfl) in Paul W. Gallup's subdivision
of block twenty-four (24 of of the Lower addi
tion of the citv of Rock Island t a by refeience to
the plat cf saia Lower addition of the citv of
lirck Is'at d. acd the map or plat of said snbdi
vision rccorced in the office for tbe recording of
dee-ds in said Kock Island connty will more fully
appear, situated in tbe city of Rock Island, in the
county cf Kock Islanrl aid state of Illinois, and
tbe building situated thereonknown as ' Franklin
hose house" and heretofore .used by said city as
and for a hose house,
b. The premises described as follows :
Beginning at a point on the east line of Kimball
street which is twenty five (25) feet norh from
the point of its intersection with the north line of
Mxtn (8) avenue; thence cast parallel with said
north line of Sixth avenne one hundred and ten
(110) feet: thei ce north parallel with said cast
line of Kimball street thirty (30) feet; thence
west parallel with said north line of Sixth avenne
to said east line of Kiniba 1 street and thence
south on said east line to the pltceof beg'nning,
situated vn the e-lty of Rock Island, in the county
of Rock Island and state of Illinois, and the build
ing sitnated thereon known as "The Gilpin Hose
1UUSC BUU IJ( I M I I'H uveu UJ Mitt mi an. .
for a hose house :
Anil that said t. remises do sola to ine nignesi
and best bidder therefor.
Sec. 2 That the city cleik is hereby dirce'ed
to advertise in the daily or weekly tapers pub
lished in the city or Kock Islnnd for at least sixty
(tkl) days for proposals for the Durchese of said
premises, which propoi als sball be opened at the
regular meetirg of said city council to be teld on
the fifteenth (IS) day of May, A D., 1SC8.
Passed March tt'h, U'.I3.
Attest: Robert Koxhler.
DAVENPORT, HOCK ISLAND, INK
.w.. C .Ji
River Give Grateful 1 estimony to Benefits Re
ceived Where all Others Fail, the Spe
cialists of the Stackhouse Medical
Mr. J.ihn Snyder, of Ne. 1312 8th
avenup, Kock Island, is employed at
the Wilson liuirry Works in Moline.
He was a sufferer from catarrh ami its
complications for eight years, and
this is what he has to say of the Stack
MR. JOHN SNYDEK.
Dnrinp: all the eight years I suf
fered I never found any remedy or
anv treatment one-half so effectual
as the system employed by these
Mr. Charles Lelaneler. the painter
and decorater, who resides at No. 333
east Second street, Davenport, says:
Mr. Patrick Kiiiu. v. a
o-(il t letll fl n -l-rojl Sil . 1,.... ::
r- " " "
his son on West See-mil
Minort. -.11 tTi-ri'il fr..-.i ;
"I "- "' i:i
and from nasal and i.r..ii.-iii:,:,a-:!
In speaking of t In- iv-u
Stackhouse' treatnu'iii. li- -u
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
office Corner Fifteenth street and Third Ave.
Snccecds the Moline Savinn at. a. Oreantaed 1861
5 PtrflST mimi .AID 01 DEPOSITS.
Organised under State Laws.
Open;f rom 0 a. m. to 3 p m., and Wednesday and
Saturday nights f rom7 to 8pm
Pouter Skixhcr. - - President
H. A. Aias worth, - - Vice-President
J. P. Hiickwit, - - - Cashier
DI RECTORS :
Porter Skinner. W. W. Wells,
V. A. Rose, H . A. Alnsworth,
G. 11. Edwards, W. H. Adams,
Andrew Fribers;, C. F. Hemenway,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
made for private parties in thef eatdtn
spot of the west;by tbe
Orchard State Bank
of OKCDARD, NEBRASKA.
K. W. Dart. President.
J. S. Dart- Cashier.
Mitchell A Lynde, Bankers
J. K. RoblRSon, cashier Kock Island Nation
V. C. Carter, M . D. ,
eje-nry Dart's Sons, Wholesale Grocers.
TWO Weeks fP'Ill the ila i
visited the dnotr. I w:uk':
their oflices in the V!ii;i:iki:
looking and feeling like aii' :::
Mr. t. t'ole. l In-m:ii '::::-'
Chicago. Kock Island eV l'u '
road shops, who liws :it N
West Eighth street, lhiv.-np
"All symptoms of my troubles
disappeareel after I had been taking
the agreeable, mild and thorough
treatment but a short time. It is
the iirst time that I have been entire
ly well fer three years."
$5 A MONTH.
Catarrh treated for a month, in
cluding medicines. Charges for all
other diseases verv moderate.
L uiler the mi
sneedv relief. T
case more than
good reports I ha
m Davenport an
r.'.ll " 1
lie iV -
fiS a MOl
Catarrh treated f..:l :i ::i
i liiilinir mtnlie-ille'S. !.ar'
.itlier ilisertses verv ml b-ra"
rermanentlv located in Kooms 17 and I.
WEI1 TAKER BUILDING
( First Floor. Take Elevator.)
Cor. Brady and Tt ij)
i,- . I've,
All eurnlilo ilieoocnu fronted with slie'CCSS. SllteiUii
"' - f
Nose. Throat and I.nno-s: Nervous Diseases. Klood IH-'ca1 ' ' ' "
Successful treatment by mail. Write for symptom ' !-1!'
sultation and examination free.
Office Hours 9 to 12 a. m., to 4 and 7 to H p. m
12 m. only.
erv-t..!e 1098. 231 Twentiet